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3 Gold and 2 National Records for Fijian

3 Gold and 2 National Records for Fijian
Pramesh Prasad, an international representative for Athletics Fiji in Race walking, has once again proven age is no barrier to success. The forty-four-year-old Collingwood Harriers and VRWC Walker Pramesh Prasad, has performed exceptionally well at the Australian Masters Athletics 2019 Track & Field Championships. Pramesh secured 2 National Records and 3 Gold Medals out of 3 events – 1500m, 5000m (Track) and 10km (Road) Walk.   5000m Race Walk: Previous Fiji National Record 24:36.22 ➡️ 24:19.38 New Record 🇫🇯   10,000m Road Walk: Previous Fiji National Record 49:52.46 ➡️ 49:27.00 New Record 🇫🇯   In 2018 Pramesh broke four National Fiji Records, and proudly holds more national records than any other Male Fujian athlete, these records include: 5km Walk, 10km Walk, 30km Walk and 50k Walk.   Pramesh will represent Fiji at the 2019 Oceania Athletics Championships in a highly competitive field of athletes. Dane Bird-Smith (Aus), Rhydian Cowley (Aus), and Quentin Rew (NZL) are all currently sitting in the top 25 of the IAAF World Rankings. 51771426_601632260284047_5248682483637026816_o

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